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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 February 1873

' F as . ,'3 i J I t 1ST Wi i- '.it 'I ' 1 i' Sa! HoiBe Journal. V, . 1. I ! I 11, I III .. ...! V...pl, l.,r. Ibc ( ovi rnor of Tcliae-ta'e bus 'Sl'-Jiod I'm lail r peallmr llm law re- piii in-' voter-, b-l'oi c voting to ft(tr,v v Uhuvt'. l!.a' !!:";; i -'1 t:: h: (1 1) .en paid. Vi-a i'cfc)i!!iiii,nil;,.(iiit) . a iiinr ,'ii'o, h;ivk I'm r We bclieVC V.-.-lil'l'l 111; fuel III Ji:r; ivt : 1 1 1 1 i .a: h the i :i v i.;' a Lunatic .Vvlssm '(II I ! . 'l( 'I ':! Will In: acre I'd! I.' i eliai'l I'io I'll ,peut, me leased on t I' vCll' w.l V 0 1. 'i c!.ofol i'. I!'; ( ' ' J V ' -1 i 1 : 1' Itl'OWII !'"' ': llr; I.i ;;i .l.i'iii'.' 1 ' -i "'sit i:i ! : !ii '.: ri 1--fM' acpb!', d i:-.:ll,dy. The hVH'ln t r:t ' to ;: i. ('!! if il:- I .iii.'Ii :i law. .Mm d r is i ! many murderers i ..: nr. 'ii. ; v, in i i a 1 1 : i i fade. IV as ! tin '.;ii::'i i" J,.: lov.-. r l.'o.. I').; ol Color T,'a: ; l ine ;.t it hi don:, ! . ,t!...' Herald, 'i while man u:iiii.,l ,1. J'. Hell, I married u tic...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 February 1873

r )i "VeIJnKSD AY ) FK. ') 18 J. 'jvTms": U ix;r minimi. Terms of Advertising: 1 Square. . . j Squares. . j quart's, 'j, col'inn.. J,, col'inn.. I'culiimu. ;i ni. in. i l ;r. $ 7 5ii tHi,i.ou 1() Li OIK " ir, on; -jo no; 2.1 on 20 OH: :in 00 10 00 Jil III) lit) lllf SO 00 I 1)0 (10; liO 00 00 mths will . 1'.... I h:lll llll'l'l- 1111 l,J, h-llJC.I l W Hl I Wr...ll cai'li llli.sc..icnl iiiii'i-lMMi. One inch makes a M,ia,, c. lUxioiois.-rrcaching every 2.1 Lord's Duv. at Dechcnl, by I! -v. J. M. V. Smith son, of tin; Christian Clmreli. Head tliu Sheriff sales our paper. Cold Is l''vcr Tuesday at 111). ' Tcniico'lSond arc strontflti Xew York l. an advance tc. Sl'.i Cor both lu. C.Hton Vil'uil in New York afJl.:l,;e lor middling. tt . ii I Cl.illrtlw'I'V. pnitrs, Fancy (iomis.aii miu" Atlanta Mauni'I'. The. lollowlng Hre tlie ruling prices liir the articles mentioned hi lie Atlanta (da.) market, as reported by H. T.Cox & (.'o., of that eity : Cons White, per biishcl.'82aS5s yel low...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 February 1873

1 't ft i I :,' : . . . ?i T WHAT THEY DO AT THE SPRINGS. ' I'riyv wlmf do tin y 1" t tin Hjr.nr ?" 'J'lm iiifMli"n (h inny to unit ; lint (o MiKWiT it fully, my dear, Wen- rath'TH ilMllniJI laMi, And yet in u Imnh'nrjK nyt 1 A Urn niHjfjije or iiindmiK-lijf hiiim, T'JI Vi'llllll'H it I'M of h hutm To l'll wlnit llii-y d til tlm Hprinfftf. PL alii 1 M ,. -.-4 " in if mum;. Lnptiinit, my diu'linif, tin y ilnnk 'i In- WBtiTf ho HJ.IirKiM( II In I rl'-ur TImmi,;,j fN- flavor -i icm ,i (Ik I .-slt And Hi' od i" t-X" "lini!y h'h r ; ll'H fliiu! , liiliinlt d, y ii I iii.-., With wlKjjiMomi' iiM'Ju-iiKil iliiiifv-, Ho tljcT ilrintc, Mnd tin y dr:til-, ;inl llcy dntili, And llav't wliul llj- y do tti i n; I'j.njMjii ! " I III V T'l," Thrrt v.wili apj,- fji.- ,(.,. n ir I'-iiC , TlM-y li'lHi! 'ii lirr.tU;i-t .(! i!in ; ('J In In't. r ,r r.M y id l,n . ; 'Pi f'lnm r f ritn i;vin Ml rui-.j V" ut -! wJiiit ni itlc ,-md t : d Win Ii Mm rimj :nmi1 d i.m ,-l il Tlu-n lli'.V ''lit, md they - Ji', ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 February 1873

r v. 4 .1 Ik VOLUME II. .! t..' ' 'ftii'f'i'l ...gggssss r'i 1 1 I1' 1 . .'t-..- - - ... . I i ui ... v.. Tm y ha t liWfv I mat knew all about this matter of ;.J News of the Week; ' . :. ;',"' : DOWN Ha&'T. :;yV'v'" $ A monument bM mm plaaad U ' Omnwood Cat7 tojlh memory of the . gifted Cary (Mere. The.' Idea of the moan men! rlgiaeMl with the lata Hotaee Greeley, who rtertia th ettbecrlpttea wtpe. -. - 4' Tha Jary . lnthe eee:of PoUoe Sergeant , BodgenotIbiIadelphialehargedwltkaiarder ; J' of JohnIweedie, haTe returned a Terdtot of ' . murder in the eeaond degree; A moUoo baa been made for anew triL J '. 1 Abonl tea dji ago Stokee leeelred an V anoymone letter, in htoh tha miter aaid tke paper had been tatnrated UU a preparatioa ' of poison, and it wai itron enongh to destroy Bfe by application to the tongue, latently ? another Utter wu aent to him, whieheontaln- v ed white powder eerefuffy. folded to leeatly eut white paper. The Utter wa lgned " A Friend," counseled Btoke to k...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 February 1873

Home ...-Journal H.J. HI. VI? Ml, WIKr m I'myrlfUr. liismarek lina been disgraced 'anyiiiir Ids After country victoriously tlirouli u bloody war, the King has removed hi in from olTleo of Prime Jlinistet of Germany, ; ' Thu Misses Greeley havo withdrawn from the coiitestcil will ease of their father, which gives their opponents full n way. It is reported that Mr. Greeley's estate is valued nt 8200,000, The bill to . abolish the franking privilege has been passed by both houses of Cong res 8, ami been sent to tho President for bin signature. It makes no allowance for postage to senators and members. It is stated thul the House Judiciary Committee will soon report a bill nils ing t!io President's annual salaiy to 650,000 j that of Vice President, the Speaker and tho Judges of Iho Su preme Court to 10.000 each, and that of Congressmen to 88,000. In another column will bo found an article headed "spirits." Wo publish it in order to gratify tho request of a number of persons who have tol...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 February 1873

ft, V -Ski ir WEDNESDAY, FB. 12, 1873. .v.-'fcrniH t $3 per milium. Khuoiocs. Preaching every 2il Lord's Day .'nt Dcchcrd, by Rev. J. M. K. Smlth on, pPtlio Clirlftiiiii C'liui'uU.,, Kuttd' tho Sheriff aW in tliU Uiivf ""PnlC'-: .. V" "'r-"-0'a.''-j.,." Ck-lil U lo-ver In New York, closing Tuesday ut 113J. ' XciincijH'O Bond closed In Xw York Tuesday, at ITl for old luo, and f fo.r the new. - -" " .. CntioiTl dull In New York nt 21?,c for middling,., mtm For chcupDry Good find aroccrk., cull on Kouort lliiHsoll ut Declicrd. Mr. C. Mi Hunter, wlio was Injured wlillo helping to extinguish the llro in Miller's building sonic two week.' since. Iuh', recovered rntlllclcntly to render n crutch unnecessary . We understand that several mechanics of our iilace contemplate the establish inent.ofu spoke factory jienMVIncliestor. u. .. lull tlii.m iiiiwli success. . I'ldcss we ;oto iiianufiieturlng some of the articles lor which so much money if scut out of our county, we shall hour the cry of ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 February 1873

7HAHT0K8. Feces 41m eome crowding round me In the silence of th night, A I ill helf-doslng, sleeping, By the flickering taper's light. Forms ml faces crowd eround me Tht wm barled long ago, And th long proeeaelon pwiM, But will coins again, I know. Bom sre old, nd mtk Mid feeble, ' Bona la ohlldhood'a bloom appear, And I listen through the atlllneM, If I eon their voices bear. But they neTar apeak onto me : The; but pane with noiaeleaa tread, And I often alga to Join them Aa I bow my weary bead. They are ever near onto me, Though I aee thera Mt at night Thnae dim phantoms of the bygone By tbs flickering taper'a light. Bnt the lent that paeeee from me Tnrne to me her clear blue eyes, And with iipraleed hand aba polntetb To the land beyond the iklee, 'Tie the form of her who Journeyed By my ldo In early youth The angel who III my footsteps With ber lamp of lore and truth. She nnllM aa ahe paaeea by mi, And my oarea aeern half rumored, For the thought revives and cheers ma That by una ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 20 February 1873

L , y i I'-.'f , '.A tul. .;.. F. Hr.'.-- ' ' - WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1S73. NUMBER 51. VOLUME XI. raR -J , News of the Week. k ' 5 DOWNCAST. f1-' f " Tlio Coroner's Jurors in the caao of the murder of Durged by Simmous, returned a verdict that deceased died from stab wounds at . the hands of Himmons, but to tliis they added . , tlieir belief that the mnrdorons assault was , not promoditatod j that the prisoner from pro , vions tliroats made by deceased toward liim ' may have considered his life threatened. Tliis is rogaidod as remarkable. Twelve millions are said to be represented in Simmon's family, i" and the jurors.aro mon whose standing is rmo- '' tionablo. Simmons was hold by the Coroner ' ' for the mordor of Purged in a bail of fi.0,000. ' t Itopresoutatives of the. Children' Aid 80 ; ciety doolare their purpose to insist upon their claim for $10,000 from Mr. Greeley's estate. It is alleged that the frauds of the old New York Hoard of Audit will amount ...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 20 February 1873

HEW- 1""U-J.'1J. J1" Home ---Journal W. I.SUrrtK, lilun.l rr.prl.Ur. The rate of postage on daily papers hits been reduced to 15 cents per quarter. II. V. Rc? field, correspondent of the Cincinnati Comrnoicial, i out went, . writing up tbe Mormons. The Nashville Daily Evening News gives us all the news and costs only ten cents per week. ' The House or Representatives has passed a bill reducing postage in the United States to two cents, to take ef fect July 1st. Tha side of the Winchester and Ala bama Railroad has been deferred, by resolution of the Legislature, until af ter the 1st of Way. The Torbeti issue of Tennessee money has been declared good for taxes. Wo can but regard the decla ration, however, s legislation in favor of speculators. Kine Armadeua. crown tired of the Spanish crown, has abdicated, and involution for a republic is apparent And then, we suppose, Cuba will get her independence at least, we hope so i Hon. .tyuies Iugalls, who succeeds tha fallen Pomeroy, asLnitet...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 20 February 1873

J Hono fonrmtl. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19, 1873. Terms t $2 per milium. Religious. Preaching every 2il Lord's Day, at Dei-herd, by ttev. J. M. F. Smith on. of the Christian Church. Cold is firmer Tuesday nt 113TJ. In New York, cloning Tennessee Bonds cloned In New York 'Tuesday at 70 for old Issue, And Wi for the new. Cotton Is duTrTiTNew Yorkat2le for middling. - Our Jailor, Mr. A. J. Caldwell, Inform W that nota slnjrlo prisoner Uconllned In our Jail. This speaks well for our morals, or for the Insecurity of our jail. Which it It? i i ...... Amnnir t ie va eutines receiveu lam Friday was one to the care of our friend und worthy citizen who sells goods oppo- Ma Hunter's lotel. It was the nicest valentine of tho season. We suggest that lie name It Valentine, In honor of the day. Wc hear much complaint about the bud road from here to Decherd, and there Is good ground for such complaint. The fond Is In a miserable condition, and a wagon must be drawn by greater power than horse-flesh If It g...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 20 February 1873

1 V BEHI5D TIME. nv jOHm'iriNK rm,!.nn. Hold on, Fathor Tim, you ara golna; ton grnrt I Prtjr, wbal la irour terrible straight, t Yon must b afrutd (hit jour mistress or maid , Will eoolil you for baiug too lata I Held on, yon nlil apemllhrlftl and anawer nm Ibm: Dees Mollier Time loiter about To pick up jmir atliokai, tlia best of jronr rlohes, As fast u you raval tkam out? Why couldn't yau alop for an hour or two. And glva ua a chanca to take breath T And not go at thin par, an If life war t tar, And you must lie. In at the death 1 Those dear little minutes ara tired, I know, flo limn and ateadr thev'tra rnn t And the ascends tick, tick, goes their duuhla-nnlck nr. wiRatnn iun urm was -moat non. No matter how early or lata I may loll, No matter how high I may climb, Tlio day wi 11 Kn nn era my iIiiIIm am il no, Vur I can't got ahead of old Tlniel Than I'll not wants tho moments hy cnnnllng 'ho hours, Hut I'll work and 111 piny wllh will ; But huw do I kuow but to chaos wa'd K", Tf...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 February 1873

p. 4 THE HOME JOURNAL. iff VOLUME XI. WINCHESTER, TENNESSEE, THURSDRY, FEBRUARY 27, 1873. NUMBER 52. 1 ! k News of Jtho Week, y;0 WN EAST. -HI root lotter-boxo has boon robbed in Now York. Four millions havo already been expended in the construction of tlio now poHtofflce at New York, and two millions more will bo re quired to finish It. Mm. Edwin ForroHt who reunion on Htateu Island, ban given notico to the executors of lier lato hiiHband, that she will .apply for her ilower in the estato on tho ground that Mr. Forrest was never divorced from her. It is alleged that the frauds of the old New York Board of Audit will amount to nearly ten millions of dollars. It is believe ! that the evidence will enable the authorities to bring to account many politicians implicated. Comptroller Groen, of New York, reports the discovory of furllmr frauds in oonnectiou with building the now court-home, aggregat ing 5'.)S,215. Borne Htartling discloHiirus havo been made respecting fires in Brooklyn, t...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 February 1873

Home Journal W. J. DLtrrtH, Hilar rriprltlar. There being no elections in tbc tJouth fur boiuo tiuio to come, the War Department ie making arrangements to withdraw the troops from our couu t.i j . Tlic Semite of I'cnnsj Ivanla has passed u resolution, by it vote, of twen- ty-eigUt yeas w one utn, iu,u ucu,. tbe Senator and requesting tho Iiep-1 rcscntutivea of that Stato in Congress to votff against all bills nrtliorigina the general government to control the to!-, egrapli lines, i uc i niia.iuip..... . , remarks that this action is eminently j praiseworthy, atid puts the Stato in a proposition on the question, so far as the Senate of Penns.vlvaaia is con cerned, i The Cincinnati Commercial is peeu litin" in an excited milliner about tho great tire of tbe future In that city, which it says is sun to lie a tremen dous conflagration, owing to the great quantity of petroleum stored there. When it is remembered, however, says tbe Louisville Courier Journal, that there is also a goodly l...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 February 1873

i Homo , WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1873. Terms : $2 per annum. Religious. French lug every 2d Lord' Day, lit Decherd, by Kov. J. M. P. Smlth lon, of the Christian Church. Gold Is firmer lu New York, cloning Tuesday at 113. . .'.-. Tonncstee Bonds closed ii New York Tuesday at 79 for old Issue, and 79i for the new. ... I L..JJ Cotton Is dull In Now York nf21e for middling. New Advebtiskmknts. Wo Invite at tention to the. curd of Messrs. Robertson, Muggins & Finch, produce and commis sion merchants, Nashville, Tenn. This Is ew firm, and the members thereof are known very well to muny of our readers. We feel certain that they will command an extensive trade, and we fed more cer tain still that they will deserve all they may receive. We especially recommend them to the people of Winchester and Franklin county. Mr. W. W.lirlttaiu, of Estill Springs, In this county, advertises that he is prepared to furnish fruit trees and plants to all who need or want them. Our personal ac quaintance with...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 27 February 1873

THE BAILOR, m wobuswouth. lln had been rear'd AitiniiR t lin niiniiilnlns, and he In hi" linrl Waa half a shepherd mi llin stormy sens. (Ifl in t lit? 1 1 i i K lir,,wlii hail Imianl Inliril Tim tunes "I waliirfalla mill tn liiim suinnls (If caves ii ml trees; and ivli-ii llie n-Kiilar wind Between lln- tropics rlll'd III-- i-teady null, Anil blew with IMi' mini'' brent Ii fur days ami week', l,eiii(tliBiiliiK Invisibly lis weary line Al'iuu tin' cloudless iiiniii, hi', ill llmw utiitra (if tlresnnin inilnl , wmihl often huliK Over till vi-nhi-I's Hiile, uli'l KII.I- lltl'l lli.i' ; Ami while llii' limml green wave nml niarklliiK l' H tu Kiirh'il round him, Images and lutes wrmiiflit In iinluii vita Ih'einployiiiciilul lil" Uirnrt, l, HlllH I))' fliYITlKll JlllMMilill iivcn-auis, Kvi'll wilh llin orKHlis "f IllN Imillly eye, llelnw him, III III" Imihoiii "C Hm- ih'i-p, Hiiw iiiiiimtiiiiiH miw I In- forms ill sheep Hull Kni.ml (III verilanl IiiIIk with il'vi'lllllgs among 1 r--H, Ani...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 March 1873

it VOLUME XI. WINClIKSTElC'HOTSiErTlTu "NUMBER News of the Week, t)nw,V KANT Xho recent sta! oaieiit t lint Ttvc od was goi ug to tako liia neat an Huuator, Iiuh led to' tho in troduction of a bill against allowing members to tako the nalh ut any time . ItuHonzwoig, tho alioKod murderer of Alice nowisiy, wuo was recently brought to Now Vork from Hiuir bins ou a writ of armr. .m,l granted a now trial, though ho had beou Bomencou to seven ye at, Iiuh boeu indicted by tho grand jury for murder in llio liist dogroo. Tho explosion of 5,000 gallons of oil in a rotluery at (Jorry, I'a., blew down tho roof and ouo uido of tho building, shaking Louhos u Qiuo away. OUT!rEST. -Halt Lake The Trihuw, Liberal .Ueuuoii, propones tho bill of Buuator Voul lugalizing polygamous marriages in the punt, and this is nudeiHtood to bo the view uf all reasonable Gentiles ho far an plural marriagiw nro concern ed. Nothing in donned but tho cuforocmont of tho law for tho future. Notwithstanding twonty feet ut...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 March 1873

Jt' 1 M . .PI j : jl J 'IVa, d M .r I Vfc. R ' ,mes mi id irtck I V.) .. ii .Journal . - - ll, r.41Lri.4 I'mitrlOiir. j .;gMy two eouiiln: zed ill icnnessie i in'; ' . . tit I ... I. 1 apportionment VII iio slaUiio. 11- H... nl'lheXlu'e .1 s R.nftuth I ! I Of f ,c.i,n ,n,i 1 former demands the author and the re mi wo-ti: rds ol Inn iCo-i ...... . ... .11. ...... r jiV ,,. , Tl Mill,. I ,1 G (!! IH2 01 I I ,, ' i iii Mini Loai'cnlion at tiio I ii, i Jiinkle, out? of (.1 rant's not i lan lej in ine n'lin n 'oil' earn, and lined ?t7,0'l) HI'V'IJ II ejjl'i Sol ill'IM (lilt ot ti ii .. ao luis liaised a t ill on its '"i '7 . , . . . . 1'vp i f-ii -i 11 -r "eillll'I'lZi.'U! tOlllil As tl.ii " , ;. . lender derives and umm; ex- I '.vii A in t Wi.u 1 "Win-I i compel tjiiardians and se- lu'ik:! ki tllenielits with A"'' imjihiu Avalanilie s'lys: ' I. "'i'imi' l)0,'l trm;, a clone iwpiry Ullf'ii l'nrl...tt Liiim' , I .. I , . u 1 I f v. nviv lm,,,. iili i,iii. III .Ifilrrii mnt li.t'fil,.,, ii...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 March 1873

Homo JonroaL WEDNESDAY, JUKCH 0, 1873 a per annum. ltKUoioua.-I'roaclilnjf every 2d Lord's Hay. nt Dec-herd, by K,.v. J. M. F. Smith "oil. of the Christian Church. iuld 1 firmer Tuesday nt 114J,'. In New York, "closing the Tanncssco Itonds closed In Xw York Tuesday nt 79 for old Ihmiio, uml 79? 4 for tlio now. Cotton Uduli middling. In New York at 21c for Our representatives one, In Congress, Hon. John JU. Bright the other In the Legislature, Hon. H. It. Moore-keep ns under renewed obligntic ns for public doc uments. County Court Convened on Mondiiv. IIi.ii. John W. Williams presiding.' A goodly number ol folk ul tended, and our town lost, for the nonce, a little- of its lonesome appearance. Ukrii:i, on the 0th ol January lust, by He v. J. F. Calory, at the residenc e of the bride's father, nt Grapevine Prairie, Tar rant bounty, Texas, Mr. Wallace K. Ilur rough, formerly of Winchester, Tennessee, to Miss MattleSclioffiirr. Nkw Uiudoh. Tho dilapidated mnke-sliilt-ol-a-bridgeon High s...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 6 March 1873

' ' :(-.. . 4, Tl.n ! I , 3 I : Bmm' 1 r ' oh . ' ili ( f I '.' I i rsl .If.: 7 ' : tepL :l j TF tlXI) LIKE AB WE ABE. II f Ua BOBKUT UIUNT. r?Mlllr'ii clouda urjiiiid I view, ''' km" """'' ,lul 'rll'',' rl ''" XniiOa 1 laii, wno, '"jt 1" valn, N''fcir"c1 ,JU'ry ''"I'-iti I'"11' '. fY my waniH, AlJj4- my li-nrn, T-iiuU and trramirMi mi my u-ar. Ann if ' clioiild tempt roy tonl to Ura, V jAii'ivculy wlmlom's narro way, , 3 tut koiI I would iwrnii:, Jlv Af tint Hill I would not U.. A Jfti whn r..ll tfiiiu.tiitimi'ii iMiur guard UK! In tuut tijiugt rnut li'mr, inded love luv L-'.H'.rn mv-ll. vod by Ui'.hn j nri'i'l t'i'i well, Ittll liln ultima ahJ IhmIuw l felt fjii uiuOi M'Vitn.'r wiK', 'r.i bitltiivi il. ilcnii-il. ur line!. ib'jiMi wl. nliai'i'il lila t u J y liirmJ. H "r illi miyiil injr fj.lrlt dii IU Uu wli'i ouct- vonclnuft'il to li:uf go makoiiiii miuuWi i,f iiii,uir loll ww-uy niKiiiii-, Hhull iMMiiy illy, lurouiiliig licurt, tlm lmn!iu i:. n lorruvliiK n'or wiino hIhihi I lm...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The home journal. — 13 March 1873

News of tho Week. OUT WEST. -Han FranciBco-The shin l'atrician. for Cork, with a cargo of wheat, valued at $70,000 foundered on the bar whilo leaving port and m. ah nanus wore aavod. The vel and cargo are a total Ions, Chicago roports tlio conviction for murder or a man aged 02. Hie sontonca in for life. Tho Vienna, Missouri, Banner mves an ac count of amnrderoiiB affray between women four miles from that town last weok. It ap. pears that Mrs. Julia Brown and Mrs. Cather ine Orton engaged in a quarrol, in which Or win oiruca urown a Severn blow with a stone. Mrs. Bowlor, sister to Ortou, thon attacked urown, and a fight ensued, during which .xuney natos, mothir of Mrs. Orton, came to aid Mrs. Bowlor, and Mrs. Brown was struck over I ho head with a lioavy piece of board. At thin juncture Mr. .Knight, father of Mrs. Brown, succeeded iu quelling the disturbance ; but as he was loading his daughter away, Mrs. llowlor rushed upon Mn. Brown and dealt her a savage blow in tho right sido wi...

Publication Title: Home Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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